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Old 09-12-2003, 05:00 AM
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I started on Celexa 20 mg. about a yr. ago. I felt that it did help me through a difficult time. I felt that it helped me cope with issues realistically. I have been off Celexa for approx. 2 weeks now, since I felt like I did not want to be on it for any more length of time. I am experiencing very very frequent periods of dizziness, and night time I wake up feeling extremely anxious. I am wondering how long this will last. I would appreciate any input if these are normal symptoms to be experiencing?
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